The Library will be closed Monday, January 19, for Martin Luther King Day.
Author Archives: Jennifer Stewart
December 15-23 and January 5-16, the library will be open Monday through Friday 8 am to 5 pm. There will be no weekend hours. The library will be closed on Saturday, December 12, and Sunday, December 13. The library will be closed for Winter Break from December 24 through Read more
On December 1,2,3, & 4; 7,8,9, & 10, the library will remain open an extra hour, until 11 pm.
She is not Invisible finds Laureth taking her younger brother to New York City to visit their father. Except he doesn’t know they’re coming. Because no one is quite sure where he is and now someone has found his notebook in Queens. Her mother is fed up and doesn’t Read more
The Armenian Gospels of Gladzor is the exhibition catalogue for an exhibition of pages from the Gladzor Gospels that was held in Los Angeles to commemorate the 1700th anniversary of Christianity in Armenia. The first 50-or-so pages describe the Gospels, their history, and their imagery. The rest is full Read more
The library will close at 5 pm on Tuesday, November 25, for Thanksgiving Break. It will reopen at 7:30 am on Monday, December, 1.
Careless People: Murder, Mayhem and the Invention of The Great Gatsby is a compelling take on Fitzgerald, Gatsby, and the roaring twenties. Working off an outline of Fitzgerald’s inspirations for the various chapters of his novel The Great Gatsby, the author parallels the plot of the book with Fitzgerald’s Read more
Strangled in Paris is a historical mystery set in Paris in 1894. This is the sixth book of a series by a pair of sisters writing as Claude Izner, I hadn’t read the rest of the series, but didn’t feel I was missing too much by not having read Read more
If you’ve ever wondered why you got impacted wisdom teeth and can’t seem to lose weight or keep your back from aching, The Story of the Human Body may be the book for you. Starting with our cousins the Chimpanzees and Gorillas and working its way down the family Read more
Graham Greene’s The Quiet American retold in modern-day Germany, Ceremony of Innocence is a bit more blatantly Catholic than it’s predecessor, but that doesn’t stop it from making interesting reading. Catriona (Fowler) is a divorced Scottish Canadian journalist for a Catholic news agency who has spent the past two Read more